Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band: Friday, March 20, at the Sprint Center.
One of the last of the Luddite rockers, Bob Seger has never chased current trends. Only relatively recently did the icon of Heartland rock allow digital versions of his music to be sold on iTunes. Seger’s catalog still isn’t available on streaming services like Spotify. Even at the peak of his popularity, Seger was prone to bouts of nostalgia. The Michigan native complained that “today’s music ain’t got the same soul” on the 1979 hit “Old Time Rock and Roll.” A few weeks shy of 70, the titan of classic rock will revisit longtime favorites like “Night Moves” and “Rock and Roll Never Forgets” at the Sprint Center on Friday. 8 p.m. Friday, March 20. Sprint Center. 816-949-7000. sprintcenter.com. $43-$93.
Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band: Friday, March 20, at the Sprint Center. One of the last of the Luddite rockers, Bob Seger has never chased current trends. Only relatively recently did the icon of Heartland rock allow digital versions of his music to be sold on iTunes. Seger’s catalog still isn’t available on streaming services like Spotify. Even at the peak of his popularity, Seger was prone to bouts of nostalgia. The Michigan native complained that “today’s music ain’t got the same soul” on the 1979 hit “Old Time Rock and Roll.” A few weeks shy of 70, the titan of classic rock will revisit longtime favorites like “Night Moves” and “Rock and Roll Never Forgets” at the Sprint Center on Friday. 8 p.m. Friday, March 20. Sprint Center. 816-949-7000. sprintcenter.com. $43-$93. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band: Friday, March 20, at the Sprint Center. One of the last of the Luddite rockers, Bob Seger has never chased current trends. Only relatively recently did the icon of Heartland rock allow digital versions of his music to be sold on iTunes. Seger’s catalog still isn’t available on streaming services like Spotify. Even at the peak of his popularity, Seger was prone to bouts of nostalgia. The Michigan native complained that “today’s music ain’t got the same soul” on the 1979 hit “Old Time Rock and Roll.” A few weeks shy of 70, the titan of classic rock will revisit longtime favorites like “Night Moves” and “Rock and Roll Never Forgets” at the Sprint Center on Friday. 8 p.m. Friday, March 20. Sprint Center. 816-949-7000. sprintcenter.com. $43-$93. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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